Medical Robots are Accepting New Patients
Internationally acclaimed physician James W. Forsythe reveals details that leave many people stunned, a revelation that scientists have been developing robots to serve as doctors--while machines handle virtually every aspect of health care. Far more frightening to many patients than mere "science fiction," these advancements are steadily moving into hospitals and medical clinics worldwide. "Before long, you might be lucky to ever see a 'real, live, breathing human doctor," says Forsythe, who has earned international praise for his many books on cutting-edge health issues. Among the dozens of "shocking" revelations disclosed here by Forsythe for the first time: microscopic-size robots can enter your bloodstream; very soon hospitals will be fully operated by robotic and computer-based systems; medical school admissions are decreasing, while scientists accelerate the development and construction of health care robots; the machines are poised to "steal" jobs from health care professionals ranging from nurses to pharmacists; steadily increasing numbers of hospitals are becoming "fully digitized;" and patients worldwide admit that they're frightened by these significant changes, which have become "unstoppable" from the view of electrical engineers. "I have agreed to reveal these details at the request of my many patients from around the world," says Forsythe, an integrative medical oncologist. "These compelling and inescapable facts are intended help people prepare for these groundbreaking transitions. Everyone needs to get the truth, because otherwise they will be left feeling helpless and vulnerable without direct human contact."